A Question from American Prisoners
A Question from American Prisoners is by Michael Eaton who is incarcerated in Texas. It is a watercolor and color pencil piece on illustration board. Proceeds from this piece go back to the artist and his family.
The back has an inscription reading, "America, you've had a small taste of what it is to be a prisoner in 2020 during quarantine. You have riots and protest[s] for criminal justice reform, police reform. But what about us? The prisoners. Where is your voice after tasting the agony of being confined...try years! It's your time to speak for us all...especially those voices that have been silenced by law."
Size: 10" x 15"
Prints may be available on request: email firstname.lastname@example.org for price and size options
General Disclaimer: This piece was mailed from a prison facility and may have minor imperfections due to the mail process. Any possible wear and tear is depicted accurately in the photograph. This artwork might be susceptible to fading or rapid aging, so to preserve the integrity of the art, we recommend that you do not display it in a location that receives direct sunlight.